Psychological Assessments, Neuropsychological Assessments & Psychoeducational Assessments
are offered to assess the following areas and conditions: Intellectual Ability, Achievement / Learning Difficulties, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, and Depressive Disorders. 

A psychological evaluation process is complex and requires a comprehensive approach.  
First, it's important to take the time necessary to get to know the child and his/her family, specific concerns related to learning and behaviour, and the child’s educational, psychological and medical history before conducting a thorough and comprehensive psychological evaluation. 
Following, the child receives an individualized assessment battery based upon his/her specific needs which forms the cornerstone of our psychological assessments.

Would you like to find out if your child
is intellectually gifted or
has specific academic concerns?



Determines child’s cognitive functioning (IQ) and broad based academic achievement.
If other concerns are identified, a comprehensive evaluation may be recommended.
This type of assessment does not provide a clinical diagnosis.

1.     Intake Consultation / parents-only interview (to determine your child’s needs.) 
2.     Testing session with child (1 or 2 sessions; 2–3 hours)
3.     Clinician’s scoring, interpretation, and writing of report
4.     Parents-only feedback session to discuss report (2 weeks post-testing.)

Or would you like to have your child
clinically diagnosed for
ADHD, Dyslexia, or perhaps an anxiety disorder
such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?


Required for all Anxiety Disorders (Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Specific Phobia, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, etc.), Depressive Disorders (Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, etc.),
Neurodevelopmental Disorders
(Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, ADD) and
Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia, Dyscalculia), evaluations.

1.     Intake Consultation / parents-only interview (to determine your child’s needs.)
2.     Child observational / interview / play session
3.     School observational session (optional)
4.     Testing session with child (1 to 3 sessions; 1–5 hours) (an assessment battery tailored to your child will be developed depending on child’s age and the specific concerns being evaluated.)
5.     Clinician’s scoring, interpretation, and writing of report with assessment results, diagnosis and treatment plan
6.     Parents-only feedback session to discuss report (2 weeks post-testing).

Click here for more detailed information on what areas and conditions can be assessed.

Dr. Madeleine Vieira's mission is to provide comprehensive and timely evaluations using the most effective testing tools currently available. She is committed to helping clients understand their learning needs and to provide them with tools and resources that will assist them in their personal and educational planning and success.